Halloween Made Easy: Twiggy

One week to go! Yes, I’m still thinking Halloween here at Makeup Minute and celebrity makeup artist Brett Freedman had another simple but ultra glam idea that was worth sharing.

For a mod ’60′s Twiggy look, focus on getting the perfect pop art eyes. You’ll need two sets of false eyelashes – one very full, dark pair for the top and a second sparser, spikier pair for the bottom (Brett recommends Andrea Perma-Lash).

Sculpt lid out from the tear duct to outer corner with matte gray shadow – be very exaggerated and rounded and arc it like a rainbow. Then, take a near-white silver shimmer eye shadow and apply boldly to lid and brow bone.

Use a black liquid liner on top and bottom, extending on the outer corners horizontally (toward the mid ear, not the temple). Apply false lashes to top and bottom lash lines. Steer clear of blush and go for a very pale, fleshy lipstick or gloss.

Twiggy

To finish your Twiggy costume, pair this look with a short cropped coif, a mini printed shift dress and white boots that were made for walkin’!

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    • Sandra Higgins

      Perhaps I have missed the credits, however, I can’t see that you mention anywhere the photograher of this iconic photograph, Barry Lategan. I recently curated a photographic exhibition with this photo as part of the show and I know that Barry is very particular about using his images, so I find this rather odd.

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